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- Seventh ECCV '02 www
Seventh European Conference on Computer Vision. '02. Copenhagen, Denmark; 27 May -- 2 June 2002. ECCV '02.
- Fourth EMMCVPR 2003 www
Fourth International Workshop on Energy Minimization Methods in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, 2003, to be held in Lisbon, Portugal from July 7-9, 2003 EMMCVPR 2003.
- A Computer Vision Conference Listing from USC www
A list of conferences and workshops on computer vision, Vision Conference Listing from USC, with important dates submission deadlines. Maintained by Keith Price. Computer Vision Conference Listing from USC.
- Listing Computer Vision Conferences and Symposia www
Listing of computer vision conferences from the Computer Vision Homepage. Vision Conferences and Symposia. Includes all major vision conferences and links to their websites. Computer Vision Conferences and Symposia.
- Call International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces www
Call for Papers. Conference on Multimodal Interfaces. IEEE 4th International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces. October 14-16th, 2002, Pittsburgh, PA, USA International Conference on Multimodal Interfaces.
- Annual Mechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice www
Annual conference - September 19-21 2000 in Hervey Bay, and Machine Vision in Practice, Queensland Australia. Call for papers. Mechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice.
- Established The Computer Vision Homepage www
Established at Carnegie Mellon University in 1994 to provide a central location for World Wide Web links relating to computer vision research. The Computer Vision Homepage.
- Primarily Computer Vision Handbook www
Primarily intended for a researcher trying to decipher papers outside his own area of expertise, Vision Handbook, or a graduate student starting research. Computer Vision Handbook.
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